There’s a problem with calling loved ones and caretakers “enablers.”
St. Patrick’s Day is one of many times when we’re surrounded by friends who are drinking or using.
There are a lot of expectations for what Valentine’s Day should mean – whether or not you are in a relationship.
If you’ve had the chance to visit Evo, you’ve seen the ladybug mural on the front gate. Watch Venice artist Jules Muck create it.
We’re encouraged to give the addicts in their lives an ultimatum―shape up or I’ll cut you off. But does that really work?
How many times have you set a resolution, held to it for a month or so, slipped up, and given up? If you’re like most people, the answer is all the time.
A compassionate approach goes a longer way than you might think.
Koorosh Rassekh, Founder of Evo Health and Wellness, appears on the Jenny McCarthy show.
The holidays are a charged time time of year for everyone. If you’re battling addiction or problematic substance use, there’s a whole extra layer of added challenges.
Recovery often isn’t what you’d expect. As an alternative treatment program, it is important to deconstruct these dominant ideas.